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phone and whatever else he could get his hands on. take a look at this a los angeles man is seen on camera crashing his suv right into the store front. the video shows that the suspect grabbing the iphone, ipads off the display tables. at one point, the security gate trapped the driver of the car and you can see them ramming the wall repeatedly. the police did catch up with the guy and arrested him. >>> raven fans, you know it's purple friday. the details on the birds. and we have the rundown for this game and the season. >>> the heat of los angeles too much to bear for one wildlife creature. we'll show you where he ended up going to coooff. details straight ahead. what does fall smell like? head north, to someplace pristine like acadia national park. there is nothing like the parks this time of year. the falling leaves, the crisp air, the perfect inspiration for air wick's fall collection. yeah, when i smell all those things, i know fall is in the air. the fall collection brought to you by air wick and the national park foundation. something in the air wick. >>> good friday morning to you. the hot
that anti-islam film that sparked an international fury is questioned by federal authorities in los angeles overnight. >>> meanwhile, across the world, protests rage. a u.s. military base attacked, killing two marines, while embassies are set ablaze. >>> also breaking this morning, a fast-moving wildfire flares up in the middle of los angeles. hundreds of homes in the wealthy neighborhood of bel air at risk. and new fears that the scorching weather today will only make this thing worse. >>> royal fight back. the palace is now suing the french magazine that took those topless photos of kate middleton. this, as an italian magazine is set to publish them. meanwhile, the royal couple is out this morning, facing the public half around the world. >>> and the stowaway. and how did this cat slip into a suitcase, slip past security, and fly almost 1,000 miles with nobody noticing? the abc news exclusive interview with bob-bob the stowaway cat. >>> we launched a major effort to score that interview with bob-bob. that's coming up in a few minutes. >>> we also have news this morning. high anxiety at co
of los angeles. neighborhood yesterday as some bank robbers on the run started throwing cash out of the when dough of their suv. one woman called it a neighborhood stimulus package. she watched people scooping up the bills. look at that. it all came to an end. when a pickup truck blocked the suspect's car. they surrendered. the third high-speed chase in los angeles this week alone the you might remember an elaborate bank heist in east l.a. last week. the suspect is now under arrest. a group of robbers kidnapped the bank manager from her home. strapped what turned out to be a fake bomb to her. then they forced her to rob money from her own bank. turns out the suspect arrested, uh-huh, it's the manager's boyfriend. he has already posted bail. and he has been released. very interesting. >> strange one indeed. >> you know what else is interesting, the weather right now. actually quite nice in some areas of the country. showers in the four corners of the southwest. thunderstorms across texas, also from oklahoma city to saint louis and chicago. showers from savannah done to miami. yet
. authorities say that the writer, director and financialer of the movie lives in this los angeles home. >> there was some need for our presence to be here to provide is a member of the egyptian christian coptic church and spent time in prison. >> i never heard mohammed. >> reporter: the actress said she was duped and there was no message of an anti islamic message. >> i didn't know. >> reporter: at least 51 embassies have sent out warnings to united states citizens asking them to be aware and avoid large crowds. abc news los angeles. >> new tonight the fda warning people about serious burns from tropical pain relievers. they received more than 40 reports of skin injuries from over-the-counter products. injuries ranged from mild to severe burns. the number of cases were small in comparison to the number of people who use them but if you experience any burning you need to seek medical attention. >> the federal reserve announced efforts to try to boost the economy revealing a third round of bond buying. it said it plans to buy $40 million a month. they will also extend short term int
about? >> well, the thing we're seeing lately here in los angeles are some of these synthetic drugs, something like bath salts or the new one that we heard around here called smiles. >> reporter: lewis is known to have chemical dependency. he was released from jail just five days before his death. whether it was these particular chemicals, so-called designer drugs, is speculation at this point, based on information police are hearing from people who knew him. but smiles is no laughing matter. >> a 19-year-old man is dead after a mass overdose. >> reporter: people have died from this stuff. today, we visited the lapd's drug lab, where criminologist jose gonzalez gave us a quick chemistry lesson. >> the c is carbon. and this is an atom here. >> reporter: the chemical compound is 2c-i. >> i am completely and fully submerg submerged, if you can't tell by my eyes, in a psychedelic world known as 2c-i. >> reporter: on youtube, guys here give trip reports, raving about it. but technically not promoting its use. >> 30 milligrams of this [ bleep ] is just so [ bleep ] and i can't -- this is
is in los angeles. he'll have a look at the hottest fashions and some predictions. hey, lara. >>> plus, we have one of the biggest rock bands in the world this morning, the killers. you saw the people that popped up a little bit ago. they're here to kick off our weekend. >> all right. >>> we begin, now, with the new iphone. people have been lining up all over the world for days, now, to get their hands on it. we're among the very first to have it. it's right here. i have the white one. george has the black one. but it's not all -- there's security here. it's not all smooth sailing for apple. there's already a few glitches. and abc's matt gutman is at an apple store in miami, florida, standing with everybody outside, with more on that story. good morning, matt. >> reporter: morning, elizabeth. the line here snakes around the block already. a lot of folks here have been waiting since yesterday. but the big buzz among the folks here is the new operating system for apple. a lot of glitches in there. of course, some people not so happy about the charger. you have to buy a new one for this iphon
the region. now we go to my colleague david wright in los angeles on who is behind this film. >> reporter: lama, a very long fuse appears to have ignited this controversy and it's not at all clear where it leads. today we started by looking for sam bacile claiming to be the writer, director of the video. he described himself as an israeli-american real estate developer. now hiding for the fear of his life. he's a deadend. apparently a fake name. >> my name is steve, s-t-e-v-e, last name klein. the only man that has come out is this man that claimed to consult on the movie. >> who is sam bacile? >> good question. i don't know sam that well. >> reporter: another deadend. we're told there was a screening on sunset boulevard but no one came to the theater. again no records of that. one final mystery, it appears that someone, not clear who, translated the english language trailer in a dialect of the arabic spoken in egypt that's what the tv stations in cairo picked up. an example how in the internet age it's possible to start trouble half a world away and remain very much in the shadow, diane.
more than 200 acres. this is happening closer to los angeles. a 3800-acre wildfire in san gabriel mountains, only about 15% contained, and unfortunately -- fortunately, it is staying away from the foothill communities, but there is a lot being done to extinguish those claims -- those flames. >>> here we're actually finally seeing some wet weather. >> exactly. we actually do neat the wet weather. yesterday we didn't get as much rain as we thought. today we're thinking we saw more scattered showers in the picture and definitely that is welcome. as we look at the middle of the nation, across the upper midwest, we're seeing showers and thunderstorms diving down into iowa and we also see some showers and storms off to the west of us now, in western maryland, we're also looking at some showers this morning, light in nature. in west virginia. we're just dealing with plenty of cloud cover this morning. with the cloud covering, though, these temperatures are quite warm, close to 80 degrees in tillman and also denton and galena. let's head this over to megan. >> thanks, lynette. the oriole
were handed out tonight in los angeles. and baltimore's own won best recording actress at a comedy. she looked fantastic and for hbo's game change. in los angeles with all your highlights. >> the 64th an yell prime thyme emmy awards was a star-studded nights filled with a few surprises. >> this is crazy. >> john krier couldn't believe he won best actor in a comedy while jewel yeah won best cam di actress for her role in veet and there was another big night for modern family. >> won their second emmy's for their supporting role. >> i never knew i'd be on tv as a gay man but i love the pictures you guys are sending me. >> even host jimmy kimmel provided many laughs. >> i don't think the president should be watching homeland for the same reason i don't think charlie sheen should watch breaking bad. >> in the world of drama, haha. breaking bad won best supporting actor, but it was homeland's night when it came to leading drama roles. took home the emmy for best actor in a drama and claire danes for best actress. many of hollywood's silver screen stars were also nominated for their work in a
out in real life in los angeles today, two men in ski mask, armed and dangerous, they kidnap the bank manager and strap what the woman is told a bomb to her waist. here's abc's nick watt. >> reporter: east long, 9:30, this man walks into a bank and tells the bank that she has a bomb strauped to her. >> she was told it was explosive and she was ordered to go into the bank, take out all the money. >> reporter: she told police, the robbers kidnapped her last night and force herd to play that terrifying participate in that audacious heist. that is the bank manager's car being taken away for further investigation. the bank manager herself is being questioned by the fbi. the bomb squad managed to remove the device from the bank manager. they detonated it. still unclear whether that device was genuine or fake. s there echoes of that fatal robbery in pennsylvania in 2003 when a pizza delivery guy walked into eye a bank with a pipe bomb strapped to his neck. the bomb later exploded killing him, unclear whether he was in on that plot. this morning, the bank manager said she feared for her life
. and wait until you hear her excuse. >> quite a bit of excitement in the streets of los angeles in one naked. we're going to tell you -- neighborhood. we're going to tell you what has people running out into the streets despite the police cars whizzing by. >> the trend of dry weather is ending. i'll tell you when we could see rain coming up. >> well, a lot of congestion right now on 695 here at old court road. what 95 and 83 look like coming up on "good morning maryland." >> eight minutes after 6:00 right now. you're looking at a live picture of new york city's times square. quiet there right now. let's head it there for today's techbytes. >> reporter: in today's techbytes, apple unveils the iphone 5 which it calls the world's thinnest smart phone. the device features a larger display, a more advanced camera and a smaller dock connector. editor joanna stern got a firsthand look. >> the new hardware design it looks similarth iphone 4s but it's really really sleek and thinner and lighter in hand. and it's got a bigger screen. >> reporter: now the iphone 5 hits stores a week from tomorrow. >>>
in an episode that aired last week. he died sunday in los angeles after a battle with cancer. he was 84 years old. >>> marshal island's man says an unlikely beast portrayed in the movie "jaws," we're talking about a shark, saved his life. he and his brother were traveling by boat between islands when they ran out of fuel and got stranded. the brother-in-law died. but he drifted and survived for 15 weeks, until one morning, a 6-foot shark alerted him to a rescue ship that arrived to save him. >>> time, now, for sports. and a monday night performance peyton manning would probably like to forget. espn takes us through the game in 90 seconds. >> good morning. i'm dog kezirian with your "sportscenter" update. in his last ten appearances on "monday night football," peyton manning walked away a winner nine times. but those came in colts jerseys. this time with denver, as the broncos visited the atlanta falcons last night. first possession in the game for denver, manning picked off by william moore. next possession, intercepted again by thomas datu. then, in the first quarter, robert mcclain picked h
visitors worldwide. now that could mean a worldwide epidemic. david wright, abc news, los angeles. >>> now to phoenix. imagine looking out your window and seeing this, a giant wall of dust, 2,500 feet high. as abc's neal karlinsky tells us, it's just the beginning of the extreme weather erupting there. >> reporter: the giant dust storm that blanket phoenix late yesterday was so thick, so otherworldly people throughout the city took out their cameras to record it. >> this is insane. look at this thing move. it's just moving quickly. >> reporter: time lapse captures it best. in this one, recorded by a private photographer, you can see a wall of sand so well defined, it looks almost like a hollywood special effect as it coats the city, turning daylight into an unhealthy brown haze. mike olbinski was behind the camera. >> the winds were super -- weren't super strong. so there was dust and haze in the air for at least an hour after it hit. >> reporter: at its peak around sunset, the cloud rose 2,500 feet into sky, causing some flight delays and forcing motorists to pull over for their own safet
monster blaze looms above los angeles, out of control. in the gulf, floodwaters seem to go nowhere. isaac's misery spreading to the northeast today. >>> first lady's focus. a different message expected tonight from michelle obama, compared to ann romney's speech last week, as the democratic convention now begins in just a few hours. >>> scientology storm swirling around tom cruise again. did church officials choose mates for the megastar. >>> and on the rampage, armed with a ten-ton bulldozer. >>> good morning, everybody. i'm rob nelson. >> and i'm diana perez, in for paula faris. with labor day behind us, we begin this tuesday with the unofficial end to the summer of extremes. >> that's for sure. it's giving way to an early fall, filled with wildfires, high water and wicked winds, now bringing trouble from california to the carolinas. northeast of l.a., a fast-moving wildfire is tearing through the angeles national forest. the flames sending thousands of holiday campers fleeing. the fire has scorched six-square miles. and for now, aerial assault with a chopper and a dc-10 is the atta att
monday in los angeles where he was being streeted since suffering a heart attack from july 13th. a public viewing will be held on sunday in hollywood hills. private services will be held on monday according to a family spokesperson, the 54-year-old duncan was engaged. >>> there's word this morning that singer patti labelle agreed to pay $100,000 to settle a lawsuit from two years ago. a mother accused the syringe of verbally and physicallysy salting her and her child in new york. the woman claims the incident ended with labelle dousing the mom and the young daughter 18 you'll with water. labelle denied the allegations and attorney for the accuser says the $100,000 payment will be donated to charity. >>> all right, the video pretty tough to watch. however, some say it is shedding some light on what could be police brutality. a teenager and an officer both on camera, we'll tell you what happened and what's being done now that this sid owe has been release. >> the president will address the nation but we're going to talk about who he's sharing the stage with. some serious star power there. t
, and abc's david kerley leads us off tonight. >> reporter: mitt romney raised $6 million in los angeles last night. but it's the number of fund-raisers versus appearances, which is worrying some republicans who feel the race slipping away. and are and inning big campaign changes. romney was dismissive when "60 minutes" asked if he can turn around his campaign. >> well, it doesn't need to turn around. we have a campaign that is tied with the incumbent president of the united states. >> reporter: tied in national polls but not leading in any states that may win the race. and after the release of a secret tape, the held of the republican party was asked about the apparent disconnect over changing strategy. >> is he in denial? >> i don't think so, george. i think that we had a good week last week. we were able to frame up the debate. >> reporter: while romney says he doesn't need a turnaround, his campaign is kicking off a new strategy tonight. advisers promise an intense battleground schedule, in colorado tonight, then ohio and virginia. it's still not enough to quiet even republican criti
such cars. >>> hundreds of los angeles area restaurants and tourist sites are offer discounts this weekend, as residents brace for carmageddon two. the sequel of was the case of last year, a section of interstate 405 will be closed for construction. the restaurants are pitching in to keep carmageddon sequel to keep from being called the carmageddon strikes back. >>> apple crap this country, causing trees to bloom earlier than usual. a freeze then damaged the crop. harvest is affecting two staples of fall, cider and apple pie. >>> officials here in new york are counting on a new attraction to rake in lots of tourist dollars. plans are in the works for the world's tallest ferris wheel to be built on staten island. the 625-foot-tall wheel, capable of carrying more than 1,400 people will overlook the statue of liberty and the manhattan skyline. the $230 million project should be finished in three years. >>> when we come back, airport insecurity. abc's brian ross, tracking down tsa agents that are accused of stealing passengers' property instead of protecting it. >>> and then, the ravens played
. the entire spacecraft will spend tonight in houston before taking off again for los angeles. >> all right. >>> time, now, for the weather across the nation. all that rain clearing out in the northeast, except for a few lingering showers in maine. scattered thunderstorms in florida. showers in the upper midwest, from minneapolis to the canadian border. up to ten degrees warmer than normal in the pacific midwest. >> 76 in seattle. mostly 80s in the rockies and great plains. 70s from boston all the way down to atlanta. >>> and when we come back, what some people are doing today just to get a free doughnut. >>> and pink slips aed a major airline. why american is ready to let thousands of mechanics and ground workers go. >>> and later, regis philbin, trading his morning retirement for a new gig. >>> welcome back. the belt-tightening at american airlines is under way. the bankrupt carrier has notified more than 11,000 workers they could lose their jobs. and it's cutting flights this fall. and with the pilots staging unofficial job actions, at least one travel writer says american is unreliable.
short. that is incredible. both of them survived. >> thanks very much. >>> now, back to los angeles and the emmys. the stars out in hollywood for tv's biggest party, josh, you were there for the whole thing and there's some big winners, all our friends at "modern family"? >> oh, yeah, george, they got the show started with a bang and ended it pretty much as well. as we just get started with the "gma" after-party here. lara and i got to catch up with big stars right to my right at the nokia. we're discussing abc's "modern family" took home plenty of that gold. we chatted with julie bowen and eric stonestreet after their big win. >> the emmy goes to "modern family." >> reporter: it was a family affair. america's favorite sitcom taking home four statuesques. >> i just want to share this with every actor whose got an audition tomorrow at 5:00 in santa monica. i went to every one of them. >> reporter: and another winner, a pregnant claire danes nabbing the honors for lead female. >> my husband, my love, my life, my baby daddy. >> reporter: while the male star used his winning moment to i
a couple of cities, phoenix and los angeles. >>> and back to the news, a scene drawing outrage reaction online. >> this video posted of visitors to yellowstone national park as they encountered a massive wild bison. now, instead of protecting the children, at least one of those egged the child on coaxing him to get closer and closer until the bison charges. nobody was hurt. >> what a dumb move. >> yeah. >>> and another close call. this one in florida, at least a dozen patrol officers and cops came to the scene in stanford trying to catch a monkey on the l lam. the monkey finally came back on its own. it's actually the second time the monkey has escaped from a cage in the past. >>> a wandering bear created quite a traffic hazard. all lanes in both directions of the 210 freeways were closed. finally the bear was surrounded at an intersection and hit with a tranquilizer dart. >> and that's today's edition of animal planet. >>> now, to a dramatic rescue. a father and son were pulled to safety by the coast guard after the small aircraft ditched in the water and began to sink. they were heade
of the top issues of this election. cnn money hit the streets of los angeles, and dales. in terms of wages the general consensus seems to be most people don't make as much money pass they used to. >> i make about a third of what i did. >> no. >> no. i'm making less money and the sad part is i have a masters degree. >> even a corporate job doesn't pay what it was four or five years ago. >> making the same amount of money, able to save a little bit but same as before. >> four years ago struggle. today even more struggle. >> reporter: a poll is going on right now but so far two thirds say they're making more money than they did in 2008. that may be the case for some individuals but as a nation we are making less. the immediate jan household income four years ago was $55,000 a year. now it's $51,000. a smaller income means less money to put aside for a rainy day. when president obama took office, the savings rate was more than 6%. the most recent data shows this has dropped to a little more than 4%. if you want to see where you fit in, take this mol add cnn money.com. >>> still a little bit of
for question seven. and get maryland back to work. >>> a track it is bus -- transit bus overturned on a los angeles freeway this morning and somehow nobody was hurt. it just started rolling, and it fell off an overpass and ended up on its side. nobody was on the bus at the time. it landed on a freeway avoiding any other traffic. crews worked to clean up the scene. >>> a home in texas was burglarized and it was all caught on camerament get this, the homeowner watched the two intruders steal his work computer. one of the men eventually realized he was being taped and tried to destroy the camera before dashing out of the house. the police have not caught either suspect yet, but thanks to the video, they have a pretty good description. >>> a black bear was spotted wandering through a resident shall area of vancouver yesterday. the animal was roaming around from yard to yard. and it nosed through one house's trash, but otherwise it didn't cause too much damage. the bear weighs about 300 pounds and is probably about three years old that bear was eventually caught and no one was hurt judgement a d
are the democrats feeling? >> plus, miley cyrus make headlines. why police were called to the singer's home in los angeles. anncr: this casino's in west virginia. but it makes millions off marylanders every year. now they're running dishonest ads. why? because voting for question seven is a vote to build a... world-class resort casino in maryland. creating thousands of jobs and... ...according to the official department of legislative... services, hundreds of millions for our schools. while saving taxpayer money by cutting casino subsidies. question seven. good jobs and better schools in maryland. not west virginia. >>> all right. i'm meteorologist wyatt everhart. we're look at a crystal clear maryland, nothing on the radar. that's the way we like it for football in town. how about the weather through the day as the tailgaters are headed out to m&t bank stadium. they had some great weather for blue skies, just low humidity, kind of comfortable fall weather we always look forward to in september. towson and loch raven tech, a few high thin clouds as we move toward a sun set. bel air partly cloudy s
government said it has made several arrests. reporting for abc2 los angeles. >>> coming up, toys are -- toys 'r us are trying to help parents who frantically search for toys for the holidays. >> well, we let them crawl under the car, look under the hood. ql mini van -- which mini van had trouble in its past. we have tips on how to spot a rebuilt wreck. that's coming up. >>> i'm wyatt everhart, taking a look at our brand-new weather bug cam. havre de grace. will this weather hold up all weekend? we've got the answer coming up. >>> if you're heading up to new york city this weekend, you won't be able to pick up a sugar sized soda. the city passed the ban. the city issued the ban to fight obesity. the soda industry expects to protest. it will take effect in six months and not apply to grocery stores. >> battery maker energizer said they're make the packages on the coin batteries more child resistance. this is in response to reports of small children swallowing batteries and getting seriously hurt. other companies said they will take steps to prevent kids from the bat rills. more than 40,000 kid
, abc news, los angeles. >>> and so whatever happens in court, we want to know what you think about the pictures getting published. just head to abc 2 news.com/facebook and weigh. in we already have dozens of comments, so add yours to the mix. >>> southwest airlines is usually your go to if you're looking for cheap flights, but expect to pay more soon. how much their ticket prices are going up, and what other airlines are following suit. >>> and monday night, a new show premieres on abc 2. it is called "the list." we'll tell you what it is all about and hear from the host, coming up. >>> and take a look. looking gorgeous. we have a picture perfect weekend coming up. we'll talk more about that next on the news at 5:30. >>> if you plan on flying southwest anytime soon, expect to see higher fares. the airline raised round trip fares by about $10 on about 400 routes. so far only united has matched that hike. since the beginning of the year, five fare hikes have been initiated and matched, but several have been taken back. an attempt led by delta to raise prices last week failed which ma
and get the storm shield app on the i-phone and the android. >> this is a strange story. in los angeles, the police and fbi are investigating a bank robbery that was so strange it could have been a movie plot. tj tells us tonight the robbers [inaudible]. >> reporter: a manhunt continues on the west coast for two gun men who reportedly kidnapped a bank manager and put a bomb on her before telling her to rob her own bank. >> significant amount of money was taken. >> reporter: the nightmare allegedly started around 8 wednesday morning the two men approached her outside her home as she was leaving for work. she told police the men allegedly armed with guns and wearing see masks ordered her to strap a device on and drive to the bank of america. police say she did as she was told, first opening the vault. >> she took the money out of the bank and threw it out the door. >> reporter: the robber who never set foot inside the building made their escape before cops and the bomb squad arrived on the scene. >> that's a very rare thing to actually remove a device directly from a person but it's so
competition with the star-studded alumni lift that draws high schools from los angeles to south central. david wright brings us a story of one team who went from drugs and bogans to the stage. >> oh! the play is the thing. >> macbeth, now shall be king thereafter. >> reporter: in this case not to catch the conscience of the king but rather inspire young people that no dream is beyond their reach. that's the theme of shakespeare high, the new showtime documentary about an annual competition for high school actors. here in southern california it's been going on for decades. >> it happens in this room. i actually can pinpoint that as a moment i realized i no longer wanted to be an actor, i was an actor. >> reporter: kevin spacey isn't the only famous alum there's his classmates. val kilmer. . >> you must have had a great high school play. >> it was a lucky experience. always a difference when you have someone to look up to. kevin was more just getting started. >> did you guys win? >> we never lost. >> there was tough competition even for them. others include cuba gooding jr., richard day fuss and
, with or without a fine kchianti to wash it down. i'm david wright in los angeles. >>> thanks for david for that. thanks for watching abc news. check in for "good morning america," sam champion will have the latest on the severe weather
closely. >>> last night was the annual mtv video awards in los angeles. this year's event was tame, everybody was on their best behave. rihanna started off the show before capping it off by winning the top honor, video of the year. also in the spotlight, was boy band, one direction, best new artist, much, much better, taylor swift performed green day. >>> now, maryland's most accurate forecast. >> one direction? >> one. >> one direction. here is what is going on outside the super studios. beautiful afternoon, sunshine and clouds, mixture, our temperatures got in to the 80s in towson this afternoon. look at the beaches, beach packed. beautiful sunrise, the sunset, temperatures in to the 70s this afternoon. we will look at baltimore city, dealing with a nice looking skyline at the present hour. we are noticing temperatures in to the 80s. we should be 82 this time of theee. 86 degrees, 61% humidity. the dew points are high at 71. the south, southeast wind at just about 9. 86 in town. frederick 93 degrees. a mild evening heading in to tonight, call ate mild overnight, dew point values
by anger at an amateurish, low budget film made in los angeles and promoted by the koran-burning gas or the, terry jones of florida. >> there must be an action. >> reporter: the film is clearly meant to denigrate the muslim prophet muhammad, depicting him as a child molester. >> there's really no possibility of maintaining a lid on the kind of provocative material like this film from getting out into the region. >> reporter: for three days now, protests have been raging across the arab world. it started on tuesday, the anniversary of 9/11, when a group scaled the walls of the u.s. embassy in cairo, tore down the stars and stripes and raised black flags reading "there is no god but allah." by tuesday night, the violence was spreading and deepening. the american consulate in benghazi, libya, was in flames. and the ambassador and three other americans, dead, after militants attacked with gun fire and rocket-propelled grenades. by wednesday, the crowd outside the embassy in cairo had grown larger and the mood, ugly. the rhetoric now, a world away from the heady days of the arab spring last year
. >> i started when i was in college in the late '90s. it was that time in los angeles there was about 25 paparazzi photographer, now there's close to 300. >> and outside britain, the shadow of diana means less. . a story of princess diana dying is a story about a drunk driver and driver high on pills. they were not change the car, they were following the car. >> reporter: today kate and william in were met in the solomon islands by bare-breasted dancers. c. >> just a beautiful couple in the south of france, and kate is the girl next door. >> reporter: at most, "closer" magazine faces a $13,000 fine. for the royals it's all about drawing a line in the sand. >> william is so keen to show this type of story will simply not be tolerated. he's looking ahead to the future. >> reporter: a french judge will declare to slap an injunction on "quo "closer" spreading further and wider. but this battle for kate's privacy has just begun. >> it is not over yet. our thanks to nick watt. next up from ed sullivan to the star-studded walls of sat night live. barbara walters talks to tina fey about the best
of the yankees. baltimore opened a cushion over the los angeles angels for the coked al wild -- second al wild card spot. o's take on the mariners tonight, game time is 10:10. >>> post season tickets now go on sale on saturday morning at 10:00. however, there are ways to get in on the presale. you can enter for your chance to get in on the presale at orioles.com/post season. if you are chosen, you will receive an email with the presale info, exclusive sale starts on thursday, at 2:00. >>> any minutes, a french court is expected to decide whether to block publication of topless photos of kate middleton. these are live pictures, the family wants to stop a french magazine from putting out anymore of the images after publishing 14 of them on friday. >>> who has the possibility of 400 years in prison? a man convicted of abusing countless young boys k jerry sandusky. the details straight ahead. >>> the storys offer hope and courage. we will hear from local cancer survives. we have details on how to help straight ahead. >>> most of us remember the first car, but today reminiscing about your toyota ce
half a game of first place, new york yankees, baltimore opened a 3-game cushion over the los angeles angels for a second al wild card spot. the a's are in the first post season tickets on sale on saturday morning. there are ways to get on that presale ticket list, you can enter for a chance to win presales at orioles.com/post season. you have until noon today. if you have chosen, you are going to receive an email with the presale info with exclusive on line sales that start thursday at 2:00. the final option is the public sale. this saturday, at 10:00 a.m. on the ore controls website. the orioleses will play against the mariners tonight. first pitch, 10:10. time for a check on the weather. it's rainy morning. is that the team all day? >> pretty much the theme all day. you can see, behind me, baltimore, north, is getting wet worth. baltimore south, dealing with drier weather. that's not going to last long. let me broad p oh tut view for you so you can see what is going on. most of the wet weather is towards the north and also the west and the south. coming in as we go through time. be
no congestion like that on the road what they see in los angeles. >> yes. there's no traffic like l.a. or new york. >> or new york. >> at lana. >> we are -- atlanta? >> we are pretty lucky. it could be so much worse. so we will check the road and in the meantime, we will talk about the weather. a chilly start. >> yes. we are cold to say bundle up but it's cold. bundle up. >> kid waiting at the bus stop. >> and better safe than sorry. let's look at temperatures. look at 41 where i am going. i will start from bottom to top because that's where the coldest temperature is this morning. but i am showing you, make sure you have the coat and the kid neat to -- need to bundle up as they wait for the bus. arbutus at 45 degrees. bowie at 50. and the wind are calm and they will pick up as we go throughout the day and they will be more out of the south so that will begin to warm the temperatures up. so, we have a cold start but we will have a nice and seasonable afternoon. satellite and radar not picking up on anything. that's contributing to the cold start this morning. because we have the radiational c
" results show. in los angeles, george pennachio for abc news. >>> another all new "dancing with the stars" is right here tonight on abc2 at 8:00. that's two hours again followed by private practice. keep it here for us, abc2 news at 11. >>> coming up at 6:00, even the nfl said the replacement officials missed a call. we'll have more on it. >> a new government report has news about prescription drug abuse. why abuse among one segment of the population is on the decline. those stories and whole plot more when you join us for -- lot more when you join us at 6:00. >>> it's a time honored tradition in towns all over the country but one will no longer be able to hold a father-daughter dance. one school was sued after a single mother said she had a serious problem with the dances. she argued they were too gender specific. after the ucla took up the cause -- aclu took up the issue, it was banned. >> when we create any event that might any family feel excluded. >> although federal law does not allow discrimination based on gender, there are some exception. the school district has band the dances b
for substance abuse. >>> and the paparazzi who allegedly chased justin bieber at high speeds in los angeles appears in court today. the photographer is being arraigned over california's tough new paparazzi laws. he could face a year in jail and a hefty fine if convicted. >>> well, the country's top pediatricians are once again sounding the alarm on home trampolines. the american academy of pediatrics discouraged the use of recreational trampoline use. figures from 2009 showed trampoline injuries resulted in more than 3,000 homgss. >>> the nfl wraps up tonight with the green bay packers in seattle to take on the seahawks. we get hments from yesterday's games, courtesy of espn. >>> i'm jade mccarthy with your "sportscenter" update. patriots and ravens both trying to stay above .500. tori smith after losing his brother friday night in a motorcycle accident. joe flacco finds smith. smith aexz second touchdown, what a performance. two seconds left, ravens down two. justin tucker with a chance to win it. 27-yard field goal. they say it's good. vince wilfork can't believe it. take another look. bi
the los angeles angels followed by the tampa bay rays. if they lose and the oralioles continue -- it was just a great game. bottom of the first, dave mccloud leads off with a home run. we had an onslaught of home runs tonight. chris davis had two. many muchatfo had two. they have hit 215 on the year. it was a great win. 12-2. orioles had to keep on winning. hopefully the yankees will stop smelling orange in the water. just keep winning and we'll be there. back to you, kelly. >> jamie is sweating out there. let's step out and take a look. clouds are in place and it's muggy and feels like summer out there. bwu reports 69 degrees. that south westerly wind has ushered in a lot of moisture. 68 over the eastern shore. now you notice frederick at 63, 62, well that's the influence of some showers and a front that's up in the norths. note the 5, 6, 7-mile an hour winds, and our dew point numbers are running between 63 to 67, so that is a sticky feel. noontime temperature of about 76. it's mild and scatters showers and storms throughout the afternoon. and note aswarm temperature of 78 de
to los angeles. it flew to houston yesterday on the back of a jumbo jet. it's pretty cool sight to see. the plane flew low enough for people to stop and get a look. they got their cameras out to watch it to go by. endeavour flew 25 missions covering nearly 123 million miles and it will be put on display at the california science center. >>> time now for a check on how our skies are looking today. here's meteorologist lynette charles. >> good morning megan. good morning everyone. we are definitely dealing with some cool air this morning. we are dry across much of the nation but a few showers trying to wide over the great lakes region. but you know what? we are going to be clear for today. that's what we're dealing with this morning and that's why these temperatures really dropping off this morning. plenty of sunshine as we go into the afternoon. also what we're dealing with a little bit of patchy fog in frederick county this morning. so be aware of that as you head out and about. look at the cold temperatures i should say in ohm meltsburg right now coming in at 45 degrees. rockville 45.
the governor's ball in los angeles. jew la louise dreyfuss won. >>> homecoming weekend, towson takes a violent turn landing dozens in police custody. it's been a year since a car crash killed two teens. the person behind the wheel heads to court. >>> no sign of a missing college student , the latest on the search for christian. >>> thank you for joining us. welcome back, congratulations. >> i have been showing pictures throughout the commercial break, baby olivia. she is so small. >> yeah. >> she is like a little person. >> she is a little person. >> not like a little person, she is a little person. we have gorgeous weather to welcome her in to the world. really, the story this morning is how chilly it is. >> it is chilly. i didn't see you in a jacket this morning. >> she had like a parka. >> it is cold outside. it's 50 right now in buoy. 53 notingham. friendsship 47. we should be at 55 for a low temperature. the good news is, the winds are calm this morning. we don't have to deal with a windchill as of now. we have one lone shower in pennsylvania. we will stay dry throughout the day. this is
to determine it. >>> the space shuttle touched down in los angeles today putting an end to the 30 year shuttle program. i'm not so sure its cool -- it looks cool here. the end of the program. that's historic. for the last three days the nearly two billion dollar shuttle was displayed from coast to coast. eventually the shuttle will sit there. california science center. >> last time we will see it fly. that's depressing. >> isn't that something? still amazing sight. >> quick check of the weather. no big changes, i think you are okay first thing tomorrow. you have morning plans, chances for showers and storms up through the afternoon. then a cooler day sunday. we will barely get out of the 640s. cool for all those outside activities. when we switched to fios, we got better tv, better phone, better internet. [ male announcer ] it's time to get more for your money. upgrade to verizon fios internet, tv and phone with our best price online: just $84.99 a month, guaranteed for one year with no annual contract. internet is absolutely imperative for school nowadays. look up this, write an essay on t
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's" entertainment reporter rachel smith joins us from los angeles with a preview of the big event. hey, rachel. >> that's right, guys. television's biggest night. the star power attending is tremendous. you know, there wasn't a nominee in sight when i was rehearsing for "on the red carpet at the emmys." i couldn't help but get wrapped up in all of the excitement. here's a look at the preparation and talk, leading up to the main event. the red carpet is rolled out. the emmys in place. the audi green room decked to perfection. everything is ready for this -- >> and the emmy goes to -- >> goes to -- >> and the emmy goes to -- >> reporter: tonight's emmy awards features a showdown between newbies and the best. can "mad men" make it a record five wins for best drama? >> was i supposed to say something? >> reporter: or could the new series "homeland" pose a threat? will bryan cranston cook up a another win? or will damian lewis break his streak? will julia louis-dreyfus sweep the lead actress in comedy or will amy poehler finally win the ticket? they may not have the winning formula this season, the
-speed chase in los angeles in july will be in court monday. he's the first person to be charged under a new california law penalizing those who drive recklessly while chasing a commercial photo. he could face up to a year in prison. >> you're driving along the ventura freeway in l.a. and you got a paparazzi chasing somebody at 100 milesance hour, your life is at risk and it's just wrong. >> reporter: celebrities continue to clammer for better privacy laws tired of life at the other end of that long lens. actress halle berry hit a breaking point in may when a photog showed up at her daughter's school. >> i'm doing something honorable and not harassing >> reporter: a says it's the worst time ever to be famous. >> i feel that anyone being invaded at that level is unfortunate and there should be a law, you know, no one would like that. >> reporter: travolta was referring to the recent scandal over kate middleton's topless photos which enraged the british public and prompted legal action against the french magazine that published them. a criminal investigation is also under way, but nothing is l
that it's show times. these messages are among 250 pages of e-mails obtained by "los angeles times." michael jackson described in them is a jackson the public never saw. ♪ some things in life they just don't want to see ♪ not even in "this is it" the behind the scenes movie documenting prep for the blockbuster comeback. but this slurred phone message recorded a month before his death. played at conrad murray's trial seems to support assertions jackson was not well. the underwriter of the comeback shows is now suing aeg, claiming the company lied about jackson's health to secure a $17.5 million insurance policy. jackson's heirs are also suing aeg claiming promoters pressured him. to perform. we could not reach aeg for comment, but lawyers for the company told the l.a. times these messages are incomplete and leaked to portray the company in a negative light. nick watt, abc news, los angeles. ♪ >> wow, there is not a bigger mj fan on the planet than i am. it is just unbelievable to see just his last couple months how sad they were, how completely unraveled he seemed to be. for a
s again today. north east of los angeles. that's where hundreds of firefighters are battling a fast-moving fire in the angeles national forest. more than six square miles have already burned. as abc's nick watt reports, the danger is growing. >> reporter: theangeles national forest was packed with thousand of campers and hikers enjoying the holiday weekend. >> we just saw the smoke next to us and we started packing. >> reporter: the fire began 2:15 sunday cause unknown. within hours, nearly 4,000 acres were ablaze. vacationers evacuated and hundreds of firefighters drafted in from across the west. the fire is moving very, very fast the we can see it coming down this hillside. look at the terrain. talking 80-degree inclines which makes it difficult for firefighters to get up to the flames and fight this fire. air drops are the best and in most places the only option. >> it is uphill, steep, rugged terrain, we are trig to get aircraft on this fire to slow its progress. >> reporter: the fire is moving towards populated areas. right now only 5% contained. what happens next -- depends la
found out that tyrone lives here in kind of a rough neighborhood in downtown los angeles. ...i wanted to confront tyrone to see if trudeau's claims were true... [knocking, ♪...] so i showed up on his doorstep. ...i'm looking for tyrone clark. we're looking into the claims that kevin trudeau made, that you made $85,000 towards going to college. >> oh, that's why you're here. >> is that true? >> yeah, that is true. >> misha: again, he seemed convincing, but would tyrone back up trudeau's other outrageous claim? >> when the money is given to you by the government you never have to pay it back. >> you never have to pay it back. >> mm-hmm. >> it's not a loan. >> oh, no, no loans. i can't do loans. >> misha: but could we still catch him in a lie? there was only one way to know for sure. ...we want to make sure these claims are actually true. >> well... >> misha: we followed tyrone into his apartment and watched as he started searching through his files. ...show me some of these checks. >> this is the highest, right here, 14,000. >> misha: and there it was, in black and white. ...when you
scandal in a high school near los angeles. more than 70 people have been questioned after several soccer playser at the high school said they were attacked on school ground. a sex crimes unit is investigating allegations that a coach lured younger boys to a room where older players tried to assault victims with a foreign object. >> fought so are, he grabbed this piece of javelin, grabbed it with both of his hand like this, squeezing it so hard. >> this is intolerable. and our district cannot -- tolerate this. >> the abuse allegedly occurred late last spring. but police are looking into several years of the la puente high school soccer program. >>> new york city now supplying the morning after pill to teens at a dozen high schools. students as young as 14 can get the emergency pill, plan b, without telling their parents. part of an expanded pilot program, aimed at curbing teen pregnancy rate. reaction so far has been mixed. >> the morning after pill, that's more unprotected sex. >> they're old enough. i think a good idea. >> the morning after pill can prevent pregnancy taken up to 72 hour
. as far as the controversial movie, the writer, director, and financier lives in this los angeles home. >> there was some need for our presence to be here to provide safety. >> reporter: police say nakoula basseley nakoula who used the name sam bacile is a member of the coptic church and also spent time in prison. >> i never said muhammad. i never heard muhammad. >> reporter: the actress says she was duped and there was no mention of an anti-islamic message until after filming when the role of george was changed to muhammad. >> i want the world to know i did not know. >> reporter: at least 51 u.s. embassies and consulates sent out warnings to u.s. citizens asking them to be vigilant and avoid large crowd. brandi hitt, abc news, los angeles. >>> this morning, we learned the names of all victims that have been killed, ambassador christopher stevens, career diplomat, two tours in libya, sean smith worked as information management specialist. a former navy seal, protecting the consulate, and tyrone woods, a former navy seal who served multiple tours in iraq and afghanistan. also protecting
about the controversial filmmaker and the family, they have left their los angeles home for parts unknown. deputies say they reunited him with his relatives and drove them to an undisclosed location. >>> more than 130 inmates on the loose this morning after escaping from a prison in northern mexico. right near the texas border. authorities say the prisoners broke out through a 20-foot tunnel yesterday, and cut their way through a chain link fence. they are now questioning the staff to see if they were involved. most of the fugitives were in for federal crimes like drug trafficking. >>> a north carolina court is hearing new testimony in the four decade old "fatal vision" case. former green beret and doctor jeffrey macdonald trying to clear his name in the 1970 murders of his pregnant wife and two young daughters. new dna evidence was introduced monday. there was a statement from a deputy u.s. marshal who sa, a woman had told him she was in the family's apartment the night of the attack. >>> a texas mom is demanding answers from her son's middle school saying administrators paddled
condition. >>> in los angeles, investigators are awaiting toxicology tests on a actor who allegedly murdered his elderly landlady and plunged to his death. 28-year-old, johnny lewis, he had smaller roles, and accused off taking two men with a bottle and trying to break into a woman's home. probation officers and his attorney expressed concern over his mental health and drug use. >>> day long amber alert for a miss 3g-week-old baby ended with the arise of the baby's mother. the volunteer searchers found mia thompson alive in a creek in stark county, illinois. her mother said she had been abducted by a woman in a gold or tan car in front of a post office. >> she ran into the post office to drop something off or something. and come back out and -- didn't really, you know, i don't know what happened from there. but next thing i know is that -- you know, mia was missing. >> baby mia was taken to the hospital and is expected to be all right. the county share rich says it is likely child services officials will take custody of the baby and her 11-month-old sister. a 12-year-old north carolina girl
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